Inside E Street profiles Ann Procter, who grew up in a staunch anti-Communist household in small town California and ended up in Democratic politics on Capitol Hill and in human rights organizations in Washington.
Then in her sixties, Procter ventured to Afghanistan as an international development consultant, where she donned a helmet and body armor and could use her accumulated skills to help make a difference.
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